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Itumbi plans to use Norman Magaya’s woes incite Kenyans against Raila and ODM

Tanga Tanga’s online propaganda machinery is currently planning to flood social media with reports claiming NASA CEO Norman Magaya is about to be evicted from his Runda house, which he pays Sh. 300,000 per month.

ODM Party still takes care of Magaya’s medical bill and has continued to support the lawyer as well as pay him. It is believed, Tanga Tanga wants to target Magaya given the pivotal role he played in Raila’s 2017 Campaign Secretariat. In their scheme, Itumbi and his team wants to paint the ODM Party as an outfit which uses and dumps loyal servants with no reward.

”Even though there is some truth in the sense that he has arrears. He has been paying slowly but the landlords sons are the ones bringing issues since that is what they rely on,” a source confided to this writer.

Last year March, some Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leaders were exposed for disobeying Raila’s direct orders over the ailing Norman Magaya, the head of National Super Alliance’s (NASA) secretariat. Magaya collapsed at the Bomas of Kenya in August 2017 during the verification of presidential votes and is battling a heart condition. It was reported that Magaya was allegedly poisoned.

While responding to the allegations at that time, The ODM Party said it was aware of Magaya’s situation adding that it has been supporting him since he was admitted for medication.

“To the best of our knowledge, no pending bill exists. The SG Edwin Sifuna visited with him during his most recent hospitalisation and confirmed the same with Magaya. He would ordinarily contact the party if there were any such bills as he has always done,” ODM tweetedin March 2019.

“Will go out of our way to safeguard Magaya’s welfare, but will do it silently, as we fulfil our mandate to the masses that we serve. These matters are extremely personal and we urge all persons to respect the privacy of Mr. Magaya.”

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